Who is still feeling the effects of Daylight Saving Time? I have been channeling my K. Bell 5 More Minutes sock all week! Apparently I did not use the suggestions provided in our Waking up with Ease- Daylight Saving Time post.
Me wanting 5 more minutes of sleep sparked my curiosity of how everyone here at K. Bell would want to spend an extra 5 more minutes.
Here is top 10 list of activities that K. Bell employees would like "5 more minutes" on a daily basis.
1) 5 more minutes of morning coffee!
This was the winner! Whether you eat breakfast or not, almost everyone wanted a little more time in the morning to enjoy their morning cup of coffee or tea before rushing out the door.
2) 5 more minutes of sleep
This one proved that I wasn't the only person struggling to wake up this week.
3) 5 more minutes before bed
If you are like me, I love sleep, but I hate having to have to go to sleep. It would be nice to have 5 extra minutes to read a book before bedtime.
4) 5 more minutes of lunch
How do you spend your lunch time? Some of us like to go out for a nice lunch, some like to hit the gym or stretch their legs on a walk around our building.
5) 5 more minutes with kids
Spending precious time with your kids on a hectic and busy day.
6) 5 more minutes without kids
Opposite of number 5. 5 more minutes to relax and enjoy you time before the Kids wake up.
7) 5 more minutes of weekend fun
If we can't have an extra day for the weekend, can we get an extra 5 minutes?
8) 5 more minutes of house being clean
I definitely feel this one. How is it that only minutes go by before a clean house turns into a dirty house?
9) 5 more minutes of family time
Everyone is constantly busy that getting everyone in the same room is almost impossible. How you do spend quality family time?
Women's Shark Sock
Men's Shark Sock
Kid's Shark Sock
10) 5 more minutes of getting ready.
Sometimes we all need a little extra time to look our best for the day. An extra five minutes can prevent the "oops I only put mascara on one eye" day.
Where would you like to have 5 more minutes in your daily life?